This year the regulatory authority will also map all the projects in the GIS system which can be accessed by the home buyers.
Mumbai: In yet another move to increase the confidence of home buyers, the MahaReRa has planned to create a panel of experts which will check the quality of construction of new residential projects in the state. The move has came after chief minister Devendra Fadnavis expressed his opinion on maintaining a quality control check of the realty projects. Further, this year the regulatory authority will also map all the projects in the Geographical Information System (GIS) system which can be accessed by the home buyers.
“We are thinking of forming a panel of experts and auditing companies who will visit the site and check if the quality parameters are followed. The projects checked by the panel will get a certification from us, which will increase the confidence of home buyers while purchasing a flat in a particular project,” said a senior ReRa official. He further added, “The work for this will begin this year itself, since the CM had asked us to include quality control.”
On May 1, MahaReRa completed its first year after implementation, on this occasion the CM had advocated the need of a third party inspection of new construction to ensure delivery of quality units. He further announced that redevelopment of slums and MHADA buildings will be soon brought under the purview of the regulatory authority.